Squarespace’s sixth platform mashes up WordPress, Tumblr, and Pinterest, and it is awesome.
With a carefully curated smattering of repurposed furnishings, The Bungalow is the beachside cottage you wish you had.
A publisher, a perfumer, and a fashion legend collaborate to create a fragrance that bottles the scent of a freshly printed page.
Staffan Holm capitalizes on new types of industrial bentwood to make a feather-light solid wood chair that would do Michael Thonet proud.
“Our goal is to reposition hearing aids away from medical devices, and toward a lifestyle product or accessory.”
Yayoi Kusama, the 83-year-old Japanese artist who has spent much of her life in a mental institution, is the subject of a new retrospective at the Whitney--and a bizarre branding deal with Louis Vuitton.
A new iPad and iPhone app by Baltimore designers Friends of the Web celebrates our wayward browsing habits by visualizing links between Wikipedia articles as a vast chaotic web.
And you can buy it today!
In 2010, a design studio proposed a fresh new logo to NASA. NASA passed, and we still wonder why.
Sense Worldwide’s Brian Millar addresses the counterarguments to his claim that companies should be more focused on products than on building brands.